clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

WESTERN KENTUCKY DOES A MEAN THING

New, 535 comments

VOLTAIRE AND FIREHORSE DEBATE A CERTAIN TRICK PLAY FROM THE BOCA RATON BOWL

Marmot Boca Raton Bowl - Memphis v Western Kentucky Photo by Rob Foldy/Getty Images

VOLTAIRE: This play is despicable.

Noted Group of Five Football Enthusiast Voltaire

What a disgraceful betrayal of sportsmanship to enter a contract with the other team, i.e. that one would signal a voluntary surrender of possession, and then betray it by running a disingenuous ruse of a play for significant gain! To enter in parley using the universal language of assumed meaning, the very grammar of common courtesy, the marrow of the bones of our dear game of football!

The scandal! The shennaniganery!

That no rule against such roguish, dissipated strategic behavior exists in the rulebook is either a condemnation of the rulebook itself, or of having any expectations of human behavior at all. We would suggest feeling deep shame for such simulation, but those capable of such disgraceful counterfeiting likely lack the very emotion itself.

Still: For shame, Western Kentucky! Let this fall on deaf ears, perhaps, but know that it comes from the purest of hearts for its own benefit in the saying.

FIREHORSE: LOL OWNED

GET FIRST DOWNS OR GET BECLOWNED

HEY THEY ALSO SCORED ON YOU WITH AN OFFENSIVE LINEMAN